Journalist Hedrick Smith travels the US looking for positive stories of democratic reform.
Scandals light the fuse for reform and a public campaign makes politicians take action.
A watchdog agency shows voters how mega-donors move campaign cash through secret channels.
Moral Mondays takes to the streets and courts to fight a stiff voter photo ID law.
State lawmakers play double game after voters pass nation’s boldest gerrymander reform law
Linda Bock embodies the tidal wave of popular revolt against the Citizens United decision.
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